The Story of RainVessels

Access to water is a growing concern in New Mexico. Throughout the state, cities and counties are struggling to negotiate diminishing resources and a consistently escalating demand. In the past 3 years, water scarcity has resulted in decreased agricultural activity, economic downturn and, in some cases, the rationing of potable water.

RainVessels

Architecturally enhanced, insulated, above-ground rain catchment...

Each design-driven RainVessel is sized to capture the most rainfall from your roof.

Our mission is to expand opportunities to capture rain in

above-ground tanks in design review districts coast to coast.

300 to 10,000 gallons

Transformative Today, Standard Tomorrow

RAINVESSELS are ARCHITECTURALLY ENHANCED RAINWATER HARVEST

We offer 4 Rain Capture Storage Solutions:

• CUSTOM-BUILT: Available in any gallon capacity up to 10,000 gallons
• SEMI-CUSTOM-BUILT: A lower cost solution available in limited sizes
• RETROFIT SOLUTIONS: We can retrofit an existing tank on your property by adding insulation and finishing it to your specifications.
• PRE-BUILT TANK: Several designs can be ready for pick-up at our shop.

Installation services are not available with this option.

Design:

RainVessels are designed and built based on the specific needs of each client. Typically, this process happens in three phases.

  • First, a RainVessels technician visits your site and evaluates your harvest potential and aesthetic requirements.
  • Next, our architects draft a proposal based on a scope of work indicated by the site visit.
  • Upon approval, our builders prefab your vessel as much as possible at our shop and deliver it to your property for final touches and installation.

Installation:

Our goal is to provide extraordinary products with a minimal impact on your environment.

  • Our crew can operate in relatively small are of site disturbance–using only a fenced-off installation area and a small footpath. 
  • In most cases we anticipate hand digging a hole for the tank to below frost line. Ideally, we try to avoid using heavy impact equipment.
  • We can supply and install a RainVessel inside an existing building with a small crew and, if necessary, work with access limited to a 3’ door.